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Incident: Medical negligence Injuries: Claimant, a former hairdresser, underwent treatment as private patient at AMI Childern Hospital in September 1990 and January 1991; she had been referred to hospital with pain in her back and right leg and treatment was recommended; contended treatment unnecessary and only served to worsen her condition; she is now confined to wheelchair
Injuries: Claimant a back seat car passenger who received serious skull fracture when car in which she was travelling struck kerb, ploughed into grass bank and tree before coming to rest on its roof; claimant to bear 10 per cent of blame for injuries for failing to wear a seat belt